The Digital Visual Interface (DVI) is a video interface standard designed to maximize the visual quality of digital desplay devices such as flat panel LCD computer displays and digital projectors. It is partially compatible with the HDMI standard in digital mode. The DVI interface uses a digital protocol in which the desired illumination of pixels is transmitted as binary data. When the display is driven at its native resolution, it will read each number and apply that brightness to the appropirate pixel. Previous standards such as the analog VGA were designed for CRT-based devices and thus did not use discrete time display addressing.

Description and Features:

Broad range produdct lines

Excellent EMI Shielding Effectiveness

Supports Gigabits high speed transmission

Meets exceeds industry specifications



Flat Panel Displays

LCD Monitors, Digital CRT Monitors, Plasma Display Panel


Set-Top Box